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States Introduce New Legislation To Protect Internet Privacy

A recent move by Congress to strip the Federal Communications Commission of the power to protect Internet privacy has provoked outrage among some, and state legislatures may try to weigh in.  Ernesto Falcon is legislative council for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which is one of the groups that fought to keep the stricter federal privacy rules. "I think in the long term this is something that either the federal judiciary or Congress will have to resolve."

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
National Public Radio

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